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    help4meZim is offline New Member
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    Default Zimbra cannot drag and drop while composing

    I have Zimbra desktop installed and the drag and drop feature does not work. I cannot drag and drop any kind of file in a new Email window while composing. Help?

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    jmhe is offline Zimbra Employee
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    which version/build you are running? on what OS ?

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    Default Dragging file and 2 more problems

    Thanks for getting back to me Zimbra Employee. I have a MacBook Pro running Mac OS X 10.5.6 and Zimbra Desktop 0.92 (build1433)

    Nothing happened when I drag any kind of file onto the NEW MAIL window. I also posted another thread on here. It says-no sent Email is being saved into the sent folder and Yes, I have it checked to do that. Also I didn't post that when it transferred over all my mail from Yahoo you can see the folder names I created in the toolbar but all the folders are empty.

    Thanks John

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    jmhe is offline Zimbra Employee
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    Drag and drop only works in the "embedded" compose window (does not work when using separate window for composing).

    Do you see the "Tip: drag and drop..." line? If so, please try to drag and drop an attachment into the area between Subject and message editing field (i.e. on top of "Tip: drag and drop files....").

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